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MODERN ICON!: Jonny Craig

Name: Jonny Craig
D.O.B: March 26th, 1986
Instrument: Vocals
Location: Portland, US

Band History:
Emarosa – 2007-present
Jonny Craig – 2009-present
Isles & Glaciers – 2008-present
Dance Gavin Dance – 2005-2007
Ghost Runner On Third – 2002-2005
westerHalts – 2001

Website: None available
MySpace: www.myspace.com/jonnycraig

Jonny Craig profile

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SICK SWAG!: Babycakes Clothing

Name: Babycakes Clothing
Owner: Paul Griffiths
Founded: 2006
Location: Manchester, UK

Current: Loads of bright sexy clothing and parties
Future: More clothes, more parties, and a new store!

Website: www.bbycks.com
MySpace: www.myspace.com/babycakesclothing

No profile currently available

Most of us own a MySpace profile, and the majority of us use it as a social network to talk to our current friends, and to also develop new friendships. Some people create businesses and companies, and use it as a free marketing and advertising tool to reach customers easily. This is exactly the case with independant alternative clothing line, Babycakes Clothing.

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HITTING THE RADAR!: The Last Alive

Formed: February, 2009
Location: Cheshire, UK
Genre: Alternative / Post-Hardcore / Rock

Members:
Rob Scrannage – Vocals
Stu Williams – Guitar/Vocals
Stephen Roberts – Guitar
George Blything – Drums

Current: Debut EP ‘This Is Your Escape Route’ via MySpace
Future: Tour across the UK

Website: None available
MySpace: www.myspace.com/thelastaliveuk

The Last Alive profile

Northwich – not the most well-known town in Britain, and even less known for being the birthplace of worthy musicians. Those who’ve done their research into the place may have discovered it once homed Placebo‘s ex-drummer Steve Hewitt, and lead singer of The Charlatans, Tim Burgess. Though today it shows more promise of undiscovered golden acts, determined to do what they can to make some sort of mark, but most imploding and just becoming yesterday’s local news, not good when you’re in a town the size of a box. The above happened to 5-piece act I Left You For Summer, who hoped to make a grain on the local – even national music scene by taking things a little bit differently from the usual homegrown latter, but falling almost as soon as they could stand for themselves.

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